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Old 09-13-2008, 07:01 PM   #1
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Anybody know if the hub to hub width is the same on coupes, z06, and convertable, front and rear?
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Same for all models.

The track dimension differs slightly between the Z06 and C5s, but the track dimension is measured center of wheel-to-center of wheel, and the wider and reduced offset Z06 wheels account for that dimensional difference.

Since the offset values of the wheels are well-known, one can compute the hub-to-hub dimensions from the track dimension, and doing the math, they come out the same for for both C5 and Z06....and those (hub-to-hub) dimensions are 66.6" front and 67.2" rear.

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